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Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27466299     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.37253/jcep.v1i2.725
Core Subject : Engineering,
JCEP is an article about research activities with the theme of study of Civil Engineering. Published articles are findings or reflections from research activities that are disseminated for practice by relevant stakeholders. Dissemination in articles published by JCEP is not limited to ideas, methods and material objects, but also includes elements of capacity building for stakeholders in identifying and solving various problems to develop Civil Engineering. JCEP covers topics related to science, analysis, development, intervention, modeling and design of communities, cities and regions including: 1. Structure 2. Geotechnical 3. Transportation 4. Water Resources 5. Construction Management. 6. Environmental 7. Urban Planning 8. Material
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Delineation and Evaluation of Land Use and Spatial Patterns on the Flood Plains in the City of Sungai Lilin Ramon Putra; Budi Santoso Wignyosukarto; Djoko Legono
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Program Studi Sarjana Teknik Sipil Universitas Internasional Batam

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.6353

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Sungai Penuh City is one of the cities in Jambi province that suffers floods every year; floods of 1,651 hectares were recorded in 2017 and 872 hectares were recorded in 2018. The information provided on floodplain maps is one of the measures to reduce flood-related damages. Floodplain maps are also useful for spatial planners to determine suitable spatial patterns in floodplain areas, in addition to flood information. The objective of this study was to map the flood plains in Sungai Penuh City and evaluate the land use and spatial patterns of the flood plains. The delineation of the floodplain area using the HEC-RAS software with a 50-year return period (Q50) flood discharge, land use and spatial patterns using the Detailed Spatial Plan for Sungai Penuh City 2018. The results of the HEC-RAS analysis obtained a floodplain area of 1,869.52 Ha. The use of paddy fields is 1,282.26 hectares or 68.59% of the total floodplain area. 309.42 hectares of bushland. For the spatial pattern, 1,460.96 hectares of the total floodplain or 78.15% is a wetland agricultural zone, while the medium-density and high-density housing zones are 5.54% and 3.58%, respectively.
The Effect of Excavation Work to Soil Slope Stability Maulana Arif; Ilpandari Ilpandari
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.7179

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Excavation work is a type of work that is commonly found in many construction projects. In carrying out excavation work, it is necessary to consider stable slope conditions so that landslides do not occur during work. Common ground excavation work found on Bangka Island, especially in the city of Pangkalpinang, is kulong excavation, or sea excavation, as an effort to increase depth elevation. This study aims to determine changes in soil slope stability due to excavation work at a certain depth and slope. The study used field observation data in the form of CPT (Cone Penetration Test), hand drill, and data from laboratory analysis. Data analysis was then carried out using the Slope/W software, which is part of Geostudio 2018, to determine the safety factor for soil slopes using the Bishop and Fellenius method. The value of the safety factor produced by Slope/W determines the level of stability of the soil slope. The slope of the soil varied 15⁰, 30⁰, and 45⁰ and the excavation depth was determined to be 4 m and 8 m. The results showed that the safety factor of the 4 m and 8 m excavation depth in the same slope angle was decreasing about 23.18 % while the safety factor of the 15⁰ and 30⁰ excavation slope in the same depth was decreasing about 31.81%
Analysis of Pillar Foundations and Abutments in The Batu Rasang-Mambulu Village Bridge Project Tambelengan District Sampang Regency Fairus Zabadi Fairus
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.7326

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Today, land transportation is growing and advancing rapidly. As a developing country, of course, Indonesia will always follow technological developments in the field of land transportation, for example implementing policies in improving land transportation facilities, as well as increasing new transportation. Given the importance of land transportation which plays a role in crossing routes from one village to another, a bridge was built. However, the construction of a bridge must be considered carefully, so that the bridge can provide benefits as expected, without compromising the safety element of road users and the bridge itself. This is because bridges play an important role in people's lives. The results of the research on the Batu Rasang-Mambulu village bridge project, Tambelengan District, Sampang Regency, from the analysis of the calculation of the pillar and abutment foundation calculations obtained a total Q > W/M of 1042.31 > 7.14. For the P value of the pile < P permission of 27.54 < 28.43, it was obtained from the sondir test results based on the characteristics of the soil in determining the bearing capacity of the soil.
Analytical Network Process (ANP) Model in Priority Scale Determination for the Bike-Sharing System Development Strategy (Jogjabike) Noor Fatmawanti Ahmad; Dewanti Dewanti; Sigit Priyanto
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.6358

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With the restrictions on the activities and travelling, many business and service sectors have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, one of those is transportation. This is certainly has an impact on the use of bike-sharing (JogjaBike), that is a transportation service supporting tourism. Thus, the initiation of active transport development has emerged as a response to COVID-19, therefore this research was carried out in developing a bike-sharing development strategy to support active transport in Yogyakarta. The data were collected through interviews with 9 informants with the analytical method using the Analytical Network Process (ANP). The results showed that 42% chose "convenience" as a JogjaBike development strategy with sub-criteria (1) increased application, (2) low cost, (3) improved bicycle quality, and an alternative priority, namely "JogjaBike integrated with public transportation".
Analysis of the Effect of Shear Walls on Building Structural Deviations in High-rise Buildings Monde City Tower M2 Batam City Fernando Fernando; Ade Jaya Saputra
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.7434

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High-rise buildings are structures that are prone to lateral loads. Every high-rise building design requires a strong structure to withstand lateral loads due to earthquake and wind loads. The use of Shear Walls can reduce the displacement that occurs due to lateral loads received because of earthquake loads and wind loads. This study aims to analyze the effect of Shear Walls on the Monde City Tower M2 Apartment building in Batam City. The method used in this study is a numerical analysis in the form of modeling a 15-story apartment building located in Batam City. The building is modeled into 2 types, namely (V1) a structure without using Shear Walls and (V2) a structure using Shear Walls according to the structural drawings. The earthquake analysis was carried out using the response spectrum method with the software ETABS v 18.1.0 for the structural analysis calculations. The results of the analysis obtained in the form of the deviation value from a structure that uses shear wall have decreased the deviation in the X direction by 12.5476 % and a decrease in the deviation in the Y direction by 68.1254 %. P-Delta in a structure that uses a shear wall is much better in structural stability than a structure that only uses a frame system.
Effect of Use Fly Ash on Soil Stability in Batam Meisterstadt Project Maulidya Yusar; Indrastuti Indrastuti
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.730

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Tanah adalah salah satu faktor penting dalam dunia konstruksi, dimana tanah berfungsi untuk menerima dan menahan beban yang berada di atasnya. Untuk menjaga tanah tetap stabil, salah satu cara menanganinya adalah mencampurkan tanah dengan penambahan material kimiawi yaitu fly ash. Fly ash adalah limbah dari sisa pembakaran batu bara yang dijadikan sebagai salah satu bahan untuk membantu mengikat tanah menjadi lebih stabil. Pada penelitian ini, penulis menggunakan bahan campuran fly ash dengan kadar 10%, 15%, dan 20% dari berat tanah dengan waktu didiamkan selama 0, 3, 7, dan 10 hari. Tujuan dari penelitian ini untuk mengetahui jenis tanah yang diuji, untuk mengetahui pengaruh dari penambahan bahan campuran fly ash terhadap stabilitas tanah dan untuk mengetahui perubahan nilai kuat geser tanah terhadap tanah yang diambil dari Proyek Meisterstadt Batam. Hasil penelitian ini menyimpulkan bahwa tanah yang ada di Proyek Meisterstadt Batam menurut klasifikasi USCS adalah CL (lempung), menurut klasifikasi AASTHO adalah kerikil berlanau atau berlempur dan berpasir A-2-6. Nilai kadar air optimum didapat sebesar 16% dan nilai berat isi kering sebesar 1,26. Nilai sudut geser tertinggi yang didapat untuk pencampuran fly ash 10% dengan nilai 75,78 yang didiamkan selama 7 hari, untuk pencampuran fly ash 15% dengan nilai 78,52 yang didiamkan selama 14 hari, untuk pencampuran fly ash 20% dengan nilai 78,28 yang didiamkan selama 0 hari. Nilai sudut geser dalam tertinggi didapat pada pencampuran fly ash 10% dengan nilai 67,3 yang didiamkan selama 7 hari, fly ash 15% dengan nilai 64,64 yang didiamkan selama 14 hari, fly ash 20% dengan nilai 60,4 yang didiamkan selama 3 hari. Nilai kohesi tertinggi didapat pada pencampuran fly ash 10% dengan nilai 1,33 yang didiamkan selama 0 hari, fly ash 15% dengan nilai 1,26 yang didiamkan selama 7 hari, fly ash 10% dengan nilai 0,97 yang didiamkan selama 7 hari. Nilai kohesi tertinggi yang didapat untuk pencampuran fly ash 10% dengan nilai 3,9471 yang didiamkan selama 7 hari, untuk pencampuran fly ash 15% dengan nilai 4,927 yang didiamkan selama 14 hari, untuk pencampuran fly ash 20% dengan nilai 4,8239 yang didiamkan selama 0 hari.
Comparative Study of Reinforced Concrete Beams in School Buildings Using Prestressed Concrete Beams Petrus Haryanto Wibowo; Dony Dony
Journal of Civil Engineering and Planning (JCEP) Vol 3 No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/jcep.v3i2.1237

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Building construction in Indonesia generally uses concrete. The concrete used for building structures, such as beams, generally utilizes reinforced concrete. It is very rare to see the use of prestressed concrete for building structures such as beams, especially in Batam City. This study aims to analyze the comparison between the beam structure with reinforced concrete that has been existing and prestressed concrete in the Kaliban School project. The stages in this research included prestressed concrete beam design and comparative analysis. The design of prestressed concrete beams was planned to be composite prestressed concrete blocks using the pre-tension method with a fully prestressed system, and was cast with the floor slabs and also supported during the casting period. Comparative analysis conducted by the researcher of this study was a comparison of the materials used in reinforced concrete beams and prestressed concrete beams. The results of the prestressed concrete structure design obtained a beam dimension of 200 × 400 with a diameter of 12.7 mm, in which 4 pieces were installed 125 mm below the beam. The results of the comparison analysis of the total material prices between prestressed concrete beams with dimensions of 200 × 400 and existing reinforced concrete beams with dimensions of 200 × 500 showed that prestressed concrete beams were 24.28% cheaper than reinforced concrete beams.

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